Each state uses its own formula to calculate your weekly unemployment benefit amount. Typically, how much you will receive each week depends on your earnings when you were employed. Each state also sets a minimum and maximum benefit amount; these amounts change from year to year.
To find your state's formula and rules, select it from the list below.
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